Monthly Archives: September 2011

A little bird told me

A little bird, a budgie to be exact, once told my fortune.  I found his five predictions paper-clipped together when I rummaged through a desk drawer yesterday. I had saved them since 2009.  I met him as I was walking with … Continue reading

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Bare-legged bimbo on her way to paperback fame

Ever since early August, when the literary agent told me my proposed memoir had no hook for readers in Ohio, I’ve been devising a plan to appeal to her and others in her trade when I have another opportunity to pitch … Continue reading

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Social media wallflower

Who says writing doesn’t pay much?  I just read that popular reality TV show star, entrepreneur, and self-promoter Kim Kardashian earns $10,000 for every tweet she sends. This amounts to as much as $71 per character and the same for … Continue reading

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Your reality or mine?

Have you ever asked yourself questions like this?  How much time do I have… to get a tan, lose 10 pounds, find a partner, get pregnant, land a job, complete my novel, make a significant contribution to my community, be … Continue reading

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